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People College 2012-06-26 01:03
    People College was founded by a group of social development workers, academicians and youth who used to be a human rights volunteer in the Three Southernmost Provinces of Thailand. These groups of people were trained in law enforcement and accessing to justice from many organizations that play role in resolve violent crisis in these provinces.         Target group of People College are youth, students, community leaders who used to be a volunteer and have experience in supporting their communities, including working with those who got affected, by investigation, providing knowledge...
DeepSouthWatch 2011-10-05 17:10
Srisompob Jitpiromsri   Deep South Watch (DSW) Center for Conflict Studies and Cultural Diversity (CSCD) Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus   Latest statistics on the situation of unrest in the deep south provinces after the 4 July elections and the holy month of Ramadan of Deep South Watch, Prince of Songkla University, showed the total number of deaths and injuries after more than 7 years (from January 2004 to August 2011) that there were more than 11,074 incidents of unrest, resulting in 12,841 casualties with 4,846 dead and 7,995 injured.   Remark: Download PDF version click...
WeWatch 2011-06-25 12:57
Papan Raksrithong  |  Published in WeWatchBook "In Between; Restive South" Deep South Photojournalism Issue, 2011   หมายเหตุ: อ่านบทความภาคภาษาไทยได้ที่ http://www.wewatch.in.th/blogs/184 **   "...Each human being is an individual, yet we are undoubtedly inter-connected. We realize that the face of a farmer in Arizona says as much about his determined patriotism as the face of a young Kurd rebel. A man who fell under a strange voodoo trance in Togo reflects the faith of those who came to worship the Sun God at Teotihuacan. The beautifully colored lips of an Italian maid reminds us of the...
WeWatch 2011-06-19 23:14
7 Years of Deep South Photographs and 170 Years of Photojournalism on Earth Author : Srisompob Jitpiromsri Translated by  Wit Wichaidit   หมายเหตุ: อ่านบทความภาคภาษาไทยได้ที่ http://www.wewatch.in.th/blogs/182 **     One day on a Parisian street in 1839, on a boulevard named ‘Boulevard du Temple’ (Boulevard du Temple) , a French artist named ‘Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre’ portrayed reality into what was to be known as the photograph for the first time in history.   What makes this picture special was not the buildings, the roads, or the trees that were represented into an objected called a...
wevoice 2011-04-13 07:39
โครงการผู้หญิงภาคประชาสังคมเพื่อสันติภาพและความมั่นคงในชายแดนใต้ Fiona Lloyd is a South African journalist who has co-founded the organization "Reporting for Peace", which engages in teaching journalists how to effectively report on conflicts. She is also the co-author of Gender, Conflict & Journalism, a handbook for journalists published by UNESCO, which can be downloaded at http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001439/143925E.pdf Can you introduce yourself? I am Fiona, and I am from Zimbabwe originally but I live in South Africa mostly these days. I work as a journalism trainer...
DeepSouthWatch 2011-04-09 12:14
Apparently making the Southern violence more awe-inspiring moments, the Asia Times Online has posted Anthony Davis’s article on newly opening process of peace talks between Thai authorities and the leaders of some underground movements living abroad.   The article might put in the picture of a turning point of Southern insurgency taking into account the principal components of violence, the PULO and BRN organizations. From now on ‘key issues should now be tabled,’ but the more difficult works for conflict resolution remain to be seen.   The ongoing dialogue could possibly be developed into...
DeepSouthWatch 2011-04-07 17:29
The Nation's Don Pathan reviews the ongoing talks between the government delegation and two insurgent factions that have played a central role in the Southern conflict to reveal the possibilities as well as dificulties behind the scene. The article brings to the attention the critical ideas of some government officials, ex-insurgent leaders, and the former communnist cadre used to collaborate with the Malay-Muslim independent movements. DSW would like to reproduce this interesing piece for further thinking about the future of peace talks in the Deep South conflict and violence.   Remark: The...
DeepSouthWatch 2011-04-05 07:07
Srisompob JitpiromsriDeep South Watch March 31, 2011 That violence has brought about 12,126 victims within 7 years inevitably makes Thailand’s southernmost region one of the hotspot, most sensitive areas in the world. Monthly statistics of violence during January 2004 to February 1011 have shown that there were 10,660 incidents of violence. Since 2007, the decreasing level of violence is noteworthy, but exceedingly fluctuated patterns of violence situation are also evident in recent months after that year. The conspicuous amount of violence could be seen in June and September of last year (...
bkkboy06 2010-10-31 22:00
Nantharawut Muaeng-suk Deep South Watch (DSW)     "I am willing to be blamed by the society-at-large", these are the words of Lieutenant General Udomchai Dhammasaroratch, said at the middle of the forum with civil society representatives on the evening of 16 October 2010 at C.S. Pattani Hotel.   These words are extremely meaningful.  If one is to study the approach and policy of each Army commander prior to taking the helm on the 4th Region Army, an operation-level unit that covers the Deep South provinces with the problem of violent conflict and clashes between state forces and the...
Sapan_Program 2010-10-11 17:54
  DAI (Thailand) Limited, an international consulting firm, is recruiting highly qualified and motivated persons to work on the USAID-funded Sapan Program in Thailand. The posts will initially be based in Bangkok and will move to Hat Yai when a field office is established. The period of employment for all positions is 4 years. Qualified candidates should submit a CV and cover letter (both in English) to CERrecruit@dai.com by 24 October 2010. Please see web link ThaiNGO http://www.thaingo.org/xboard/viewthread.php?tid=6312&extra=page%3D1

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